Storage Clips: String Bean, emBoot partner on iSCSI

EmBoot enables users to boot String Bean iSCSI storage devices from the network; Aristos Logic ships RAID chip to StorageTek; BlueArc speeds up e-mail delivery.

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String Bean, emBoot partner on iSCSI
String Bean Software Inc., provider of iSCSI products for the Microsoft Windows environment, announced a partnership with emBoot Inc., a provider of network boot products, to enable network booting from iSCSI storage using standard Ethernet adapters.

Aristos Logic ships RAID chip to StorageTek
Aristos Logic, manufacturers of a RAID Storage Processor, announced that it has commenced volume shipments of its AL3300 FibreSlice, single-chip product to Storage Technology Corp. (StorageTek).

BlueArc speeds up e-mail delivery
NAS provider BlueArc Corp. announced that the company's Titan storage system, in combination with Intel Corp.'s Xeon-powered CommuniGate servers, has achieved a record result for SPECmail message capacity and performance. BlueArc's Titan sustained a performance level of 12,500 SPECmail messages per minute, or the equivalent of two and a half million SPECmail users, sending 30 million e-mail messages per day, the company claimed.

Sepaton supplies health service with VTL
Sepaton Inc. announced that Cambridge Health Alliance, in Massachusetts' Cambridge, Somerville, Everett, Revere and Boston's Metro-North communities, is using the Sepaton S2100 Virtual Tape Library (VTL) system, for data recovery and restore while also reducing its backup window.

PMC-Sierra unveils SAS switching chips
PMC-Sierra Inc. announced new additions to its maxSAS storage line of serial-attached SCSI (SAS) switching chips, architected for the blade server market. The new chips provide SAS zoning to partition the blade servers to drives for access control and security.

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